Boko Haram Terrorists kidnap 22 women, girls in North-East

There are unconfirmed speculations that those responsible for the kidnapping are members of Abu Musab Al-Barnawi's faction

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Members of the Boko Haram sect has kidnapped about 22 women and girls in different raids in the North-East, reports say.

There are unconfirmed speculations that those responsible for the kidnapping are members of Abu Musab Al-Barnawi's faction.

You will recall that Al-Barnawi, the son of Boko Haram founder Mohammed Yusuf, was made the leader of the sect by ISIS.

According to Punch, they raided Pulka, a village near border with Cameroon and kidnapped 18 girls.

In a second raid around Dumba village which is close to Lake Chad, the terrorists also kidnapped 4 women again.

A source said “When the Boko Haram gunmen came for the money they realised he had left with everything and they decided to go after him on their motorcycles.

“They caught up with him near Dumba where they slaughtered him and shot dead 50 of his cattle.

“They took four women from the man’s family and the rest of the herd.”

ALSO READ: Sect's top member surrenders to troops at Damasak – Army

Meanwhile, a high ranking member of the Boko Haram terrorist group, Mr Bulama Kailani Mohammed Metele has surrendered to 145 Task Force Battalion, 5 Brigade troops at Damasak.

This was revealed to newsmen by the Army spokesman, Brig.-Gen. Sani Usman on Saturday, April 1, 2017, in Maiduguri.

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